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I like anything with my face on it, just from an aesthetic point of view.
I like being called ‘Mr. Freeman’ occasionally.
Comedy can’t be about continuous success.
Are there many Tims in America? I don’t know if I can think of many American Tims.
I know very few people who have literally improvised a film from start to finish.
I’m a big believer that life changes as much as you want it to.
Disappointment is an endless wellspring of comedy inspiration.
I like uncertainty in roles, and I like uncertainty in art, really.
I love eating. I mean, I really, really love eating.
I’ve been doing interviews for years, and in all that time, I’ve virtually never read one and gone, ‘Yep, factually and tonally that’s exactly what happened.’ Pretty much never.
To my mind there are not enough things that show the Nazis as human, as smart people, charismatic people, who are not inhuman naturally. But who are able to be fantastically inhuman when they choose to be.
There’s a difference between the parts that I play and who I am and who people think I am. There’s quite a big discrepancy sometimes between those things.
People misunderstand me.
My first engagement with any art was music.
There is nothing far-fetched about disappointment as a subject for comedy. It’s something we are all too familiar with.
I’m one of the few people I know who believes in God.
I suppose the real cult things now are independent films made for a million pounds.
I work in public.
Most people aren’t these grandstanding heroes.
It’s a funny thing, ‘The Office,’ because millions and millions and millions and millions of people didn’t watch it. But culturally, it is more of a phenomenon than almost anything else I can remember as far as British television is concerned.
I am a fan of the Coen brothers. I’m not a fanatic. I’m a big admirer. They create unique worlds, and there is a real atmosphere to their films. Not everyone can get that. That’s a massive part of their appeal: you can recognise them. Like all the great directors or artists, you know it when you see it.
Whenever someone says to my mum: ‘How’s your son doing?’ she says: ‘Which one?’ If you’re a parent, you’re not going to go: ‘Oh I’ll concentrate on the famous one.’
I like the quiet life sometimes. I also love a bustling press conference sometimes as well. I love a 600 metre red carpet.
Trouble is, some accents lend themselves to comedy.
I like talky scenes.
I don’t have sentimental attachments to characters at all.
My ambition is to do what I like and to do good things that I might not have done before.
My default state is wariness.
I look like the man in the moon.
I don’t write anything off without reading a script, and if it’s a good one, I’ll consider it, whether it’s for $20 or a million dollars.
It’s more fun to keep stuff secret.
There was very little drama and performance at my school, so I’ve never forgotten the people who did encourage me and I’ve thought whether it would be a good idea to even get in touch with them and just say thanks, because they really opened a door for me mentally and emotionally – that’s really important.
Like, honest to God, I don’t expect people to be into what I’m into.
I’m quite a disciplinarian: I can be a shouter. But I can be a very demonstrative kisser and hugger.
Even someone as truly dark as Lorne Malvo is still very attractive, and you want to spend time with him because he’s a fun character.
I love home. I’d rather be at home than anywhere else.
I can’t actually believe how good ‘The Sopranos‘ is. I genuinely am dumbfounded by it. It’s like when you realize how good The Beatles are, and you think, ‘How did they do that?’